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Intro To WebSocket with Spring Framework 4.0

14th November 2013 in London at The Crypt, St James Church Clerkenwell

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This presentation provides a comprehensive update on the subject from a Spring developer's perspective. It will discuss JSR-356 strengths and limitations, the current status of WebSocket runtimes, and most importantly will introduce the comprehensive WebSocket and SockJS support in Spring Framework 4.

The WebSocket protocol provides an exciting, new capability for browser applications to exchange messages with servers especially after a long history with Ajax and Comet techniques pushing the boundaries of what can be done with HTTP.

As with any new technology, it also brings a new set of challenges. Internet Explorer won't support WebSocket until version 10, and network proxies may not be configured to expect or allow WebSocket traffic. Furthermore the Java runtime landscape is just getting to the point of providing a stable foundation in large part due to the completion of JSR-356.

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Intro To WebSocket with Spring Framework 4.0

Rossen Stoyanchev

Rossen is a software developer with a diverse background in enterprise application development. He has worked on a front-office trading and risk management application, a back-office investment accounting system, online shopping sites, and various ot

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This presentation provides a comprehensive update on the subject from a Spring developer's perspective. It will discuss JSR-356 strengths and limitations, the current status of WebSocket runtimes, and most importantly will introduce the comprehensive WebSocket and SockJS support in Spring Framework 4.

The WebSocket protocol provides an exciting, new capability for browser applications to exchange messages with servers especially after a long history with Ajax and Comet techniques pushing the boundaries of what can be done with HTTP.

As with any new technology, it also brings a new set of challenges. Internet Explorer won't support WebSocket until version 10, and network proxies may not be configured to expect or allow WebSocket traffic. Furthermore the Java runtime landscape is just getting to the point of providing a stable foundation in large part due to the completion of JSR-356.

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Intro To WebSocket with Spring Framework 4.0

Rossen Stoyanchev

Rossen is a software developer with a diverse background in enterprise application development. He has worked on a front-office trading and risk management application, a back-office investment accounting system, online shopping sites, and various ot